Since topping off in February, both cranes have been removed from Midtown 29 and the glass is continuing to be installed on the building.
With 309 rental units, Midtown 29 will be completed by early 2018.
Previous construction photos of Midtown 29 can be viewed here.
A new 45 story Class A office tower is coming to Downtown Miami called 110 10th and located at 110 NE 10th St.
With 600,000 square feet of office space, the tower will be developed by Hines and designed by architect firm Pickard Chilton Associates. It will also feature three outdoor/indoor terraces.
110 10th will be next to the under construction 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
Construction is expected to begin second quarter 2018.
Located at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard, the Marquis Miami is a 63 story condominium in Downtown Miami that was previously a Howard Johnson Hotel. Originally built in 1938 as a Howard Johnson restaurant and the first in Florida, the building would remain until 1963. It was demolished to make way for a new 7 story Howard Johnson Hotel with a mid-century modern look and a rare amenity at the time - a rooftop pool. The new hotel thrived due to its location on Biscayne Boulevard and the quick access to I-395 in Miami Beach, but by 2004 the hotel was renamed the Port of Miami Hotel. In 1999, the 44,240 square foot lot and property was purchased by Pelican Hotel LLC, which was a company under New York developer Shaya Boymelgreen, for $5,750,000. By August 14, 2005, the old Howard Johnson Hotel was demolished and construction began on the Marquis Miami and would eventually be completed by 2009. It would once call home to singer Drake and NBA player Mario Chalmers.
The International Inn on the Bay at 2301 Normandy Drive in North Miami Beach may get historic designation from the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board.
With a double height glass lobby, the International Inn on the Bay was built in 1956 and designed by Melvin Grossman.
Current zoning allows for a 50 story building with up to 51 residential units.
Opened in 1990, the Cocowalk Mall will have a major overhaul of the three story space with 198,000 square feet of retail.
Designed by Beame Architectural Partnership and Foreseer, the West portion of Cocowalk will have the YouFit gym and Cinepolis Theater staying, but the Cheesecake Factory will be gone when its lease is up at the end of May.
The main rotunda at the center of Cocowalk with a Fat Tuesday and Tervis will be demolished and replaced with an open courtyard with outdoor seating. The Starbucks will be moving into the former Coldwell Banker space across the street later this Summer. The change are expected to be completed by mid-2018 after starting work this Summer.
Also announced in March was One Cocowalk, which will be a 73,000 square feet of Class A office space on the East portion of Cocowalk. Construction on One Cocowalk will start in 2018.